Addressing Mission Critical Items

The global outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced businesses around the world to quickly make decisions that impact their employees and operating strategies. With so much uncertainty, it is vital to understand how to maximize liquidity, navigate the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), update business continuity plans and identify avenues available to recoup some or all losses as a result of this pandemic. We will also take a deeper dive into SBA funding availability and new developments, in addition to corresponding tax credits.

Join BPM for a live panel discussion on Friday, March 27 as we address these topics and more. While we will take questions during the program, we invite you submit them when you register to ensure they are included in the discussion. 

Date: Friday, March 27, 2020

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT

Location: Online Webinar

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Stay up-to-date on COVID-19 news with the BPM COVID-19 Resource Center to navigate everything from new tax changes to operational and people support.

Guidance to Understand Application of FFCRA: On March 18, 2020, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) in response to COVID-19. Here is a brief summary that addresses critical questions, such as how to document usage of sick leave; what size businesses qualify; and how to benefit from the available tax credits under the Act.


Terry Hill


Terry Hill
Advisory Partner, BPM

Terry is a Partner in BPM’s Advisory Practice and is responsible for leading the Firm’s CFO Services group, which supports middle-market companies through key points of inflection: rapid growth, capital raise, M&A and turnaround/bankruptcy. Directly prior to BPM, Terry was Northern California Office Managing Partner for Tatum, a national, professional services firm, where he had responsibilities for a similar practice of interim CFOs and Controllers. With over 20 years of experience as an owner/operator and consultant, Terry has parlayed his entrepreneurial background into practice leadership, practice management and new revenue generation responsibilities.


Jill Pappenheimer


Jill Pappenheimer, MBA, SPHR
HR Consulting Partner, BPM

Jill Pappenheimer brings 30 years of experience supporting the people function for organizations ranging from large financial institutions to small entrepreneurial teams. She has an extensive business management background giving her a unique perspective to traditional HR practices. Jill believes that you need to link people, with technology, and organizational goals and objectives in order to grow and thrive. Jill has a passion for people and firmly believes that organizations of all sizes and types are successful when employees share in the creation of their roles and responsibilities and can see the link to the company initiatives, change happens, accountability and engagement occurs.


Andre Shevchuck


Andre Shevchuck
Tax Partner, BPM

Andre is a Partner in BPM’s Specialized Tax Services Practice. As a leader of BPM’s Research and Development (“R&D”) Tax Credit Consulting practice, Andre helps his clients to identify, document, and defend their R&D tax credit claims. With over 15 years of public accounting experience, including 12 years with PwC’s National R&D practice, Andre has served clients in a wide range of industries including software development/SaaS, life science, product development/consumer products, semi-conductor, aerospace and defense, automotive, FinTech, manufacturing, medical device technology, food processing, winemaking, mining and contract engineering.


Edward Webb


Edward Webb
Advisory Partner, BPM

Edward has over 30 years of experience in consulting and financial management, including specific experience in business restructuring and leadership advisory services. Prior to BPM, Edward was a Partner at a boutique advisory services firm providing financial analysis, fiduciary services and the resolution of problem asset situations nationwide. He also spent nine years at a national accounting and consulting firm where he developed significant experience in business valuation, business startups and executive leadership. Edward began his career managing the problem-asset portfolio in the successful turnaround of a large East Coast thrift.


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